Category: Alimony/Spousal Support

Lisa Zeiderman Named to 2020 New York Super Lawyers List

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Lisa Zeiderman Named to 2020 New York Super Lawyers List Lisa Zeiderman, Esq., has been named to the 2020 New York Super Lawyers list. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in each state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters […]

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It’s Over Easy: 19 Experts Give Signs Your Marriage Might Be Heading For Divorce

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New York divorce attorney and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Lisa Zeiderman was included in this recent article on Laura Wasser’s comprehensive divorce website “It’s Over Easy” discussing some of the most common signs that your marriage might be headed for divorce: “Sleeping in separate bedrooms. So-called ‘business dinners’ and ‘business travel’ become more frequent, as […]

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Kiplinger’s: A Surprising Way COVID-19 Is Making Divorce More Complicated

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Lisa Zeiderman, a New York Divorce Attorney and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, works with many high-net-worth clients about issues of equitable distribution and executive compensation. She knows firsthand that the pandemic’s economic side effects have pushed more companies to offer stock options and restricted stock awards to employees. This is also true for younger employees […]

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Fordham Business and Law Association Interviews Lisa Zeiderman for their “In Conversation With…” Prominent Alum Profile Series

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On this episode of Fordham Business and Law, In Conversation, Fordham Law Alum and New York Divorce Attorney Lisa Zeiderman, Esq talks about how she became interested in becoming a family law attorney, talked about her involvement with not-for-profit Savvy Ladies, and gave advice to current Fordham Law students. Watch the interview here: Fordham Business […]

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Psychology Today: The Rush to Divorce Mediation in the Time of COVID-19

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For many, it feels like the constraints of this pandemic will never end, and it is hard to find a silver lining, particularly for those in the midst of divorce proceedings or considering filing for divorce in the near future while sheltering in place in the same residence as their spouse. Some would say that one […]

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The Times: Tax reform triggers rush for divorces

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By Will Pavia First published on The Times Estranged couples all over the United States were reconciled this Christmas over one thing: they must get divorced before New Year’s Day. Family lawyers are reporting a sudden rush for the divorce courts before a law comes into effect that could make separations considerably more expensive. Under […]

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USA Today: Alimony deduction loss in Trump tax reform creates rush on divorce deals by New Year’s Eve

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By David McKay Wilson First published on USA Today There’s a rush to nail down divorce deals by New Year’s Eve. After that, divorcees in 2019 will help fund tax cuts for corporate America that were enacted by the 2017 Trump tax reform. On Jan. 1, alimony will no longer be tax-deductible by the spouse […]

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Lohud: Alimony deduction loss in Trump tax reform creates rush on divorce deals by New Year’s Eve

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By David McKay Wilson First published on Lohud Pressure is building because once the alimony deduction ends there will be less money for the family unit overall, say divorce lawyers. Tax Watch columnist David McKay Wilson explores how federal tax reform will impact divorce in 2019. There’s a rush to nail down divorce deals by […]

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Divorce Magazine: What’s Mine is Mine – Sometimes: Assessing Net Worth in Divorce

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By Lisa Zeiderman First published on Divorce Magazine Donald Trump Jr. has filed an application in court demanding details of his estranged wife’s net worth, following reports that she inherited several million dollars from her late father. While the parties involved make this move attention grabbing, demands for Statements of Net Worth (called “Financial Affidavits” […]

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Advisor News: Tax Reform Change Could Spur ’18 Divorce Boom

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By Brian O’Connell First published on Advisor News Two months in, it appears that tax reform legislation giveth and the tax reform legislation taketh away – at least on the U.S. divorce front. And it could lead to an avalanche of divorces among affluent Americans in 2018, and financial advisors better be ready for the […]

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